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The test can be used to test for concussion on young athletes, infants with "shaken baby syndrome" and combat troops.
McAfee plans to provide better protection, not only at the PC and server software level, but in the network appliance, embedded system and cloud-computing areas
A new tool that eliminates drive-by download threats has been developed by researchers. Wenke Lee, professor in the Georgia Tech's School of Computer Science, explains how it works.
Air Force Doctrine Document 3-12, Cyberspace Operations is now available.
Warner's proposed legislation requires federal agencies to do less work with performance data more often. More details from Mark Warner.
Military members more in debt than civilians,
Imagine not having to worry about computer viruses when you surf the Internet. It's one of the things the Air Force's Lightweight Portable Security team is working on. We learn more about it, and how to get it for free, from team leader Rich Kutter.
A new report finds contractors should balance portfolios across the spectrum of warfare, accommodating the shift in how the U.S. military plans, organizes and equips for battle.
Who should get first preference for contracts? A new law should help figure that out. Venable's Rob Burton explains it for us.
With the Walter Reed Army Medical Center set to close in less than a year, DC officials are unveiling their plans to redevelop a 62-acre portion of the hospital grounds into a neighborhood with new homes, shopping, green space and schools.